The Week Ahead: Return to Training

The Cambridge United First Team Players and Staff return to training this week for Pre-Season testing and initial workouts ahead of the 2021/22 Sky Bet League One season...

Stay across the Club's website and social channels for the latest from the Camp throughout the week, including photos and interviews with members of the squad.

The United Scholars also start back later this week for their physical testing assessments and the beginning of training, whilst the Academy's Schoolboy Program is coming to an end this weekend after a long interrupted season with games against Brighton & Hove Albion.

Both the new home and away kits are now available for supporters to buy, with many U's fans already receiving their orders in the post.

Season Tickets are now on General Sale and supporters who wish to pay for theirs in four instalments have a deadline of this Thursday to make their purchase. Once we move into July, the maximum number of payment instalments available is three.

Fair Game, which Cambridge United are members of, will be presenting their ideas and solutions for the game of Football in a special event live from the Grand Committee Room in the House of Commons at 11.30am on Thursday 1 July 2021. MP's and journalists are invited to listen in and ask questions and can register by clicking here. Club CEO Ian Mather will be one of the Fair Game representatives speaking at the event.

Cambridge United Trust's Visually Impaired Football Team took part in the national partially sighted football league pre-season cup on Saturday and had a fantastic day, finishing in 6th place overall. It was a brilliant effort from our lads and ladies at their first tournament for over 18 months.

There is more disability sport this week with the monthly Powerchair session taking place this Sunday at 6-7pm at Orchard Park Sports Centre. The Trust are also running the final Mind Your Head mental health education session of the year this week at Chesterton Community College.

During a disrupted year, Cambridge United Community Trust have still managed to engage 440 pupils across 4 schools, in a six-week programme which inspires children & young people to understand more about their own mental health and empowers them to deal with stress better.

Finally, the first trial date of the Summer for Cambridge United Women is taking place this Sunday at St Neots Town FC. Trials for both the First Team and Development Squad are running from 2pm-4pm on Sunday 4th July and Sunday 11th July. Register your interest here.